fls16. South Africa’s Undeclared War Against Mozambique
From the early 1980s South Africa destabilised Mozambique by supporting the Mozambique National Resistance (MNR). The MNR killed villagers and attacked economic targets like the Beira-Zimbabwe railway line. South African commandos also mounted raids into Mozambique, killing ANC activists and Mozambican civilians. This pamphlet gives a detailed account of South Africa’s undeclared war. Shortly after it was published Mozambique and South Africa signed the Nkomati Accord, but the apartheid government reneged on its pledge to stop arming the MNR.
|Category:||Front line states|
|Author:||Mozambique Angola Committee and Anti-Apartheid Movement|
|Copyright:||AAM Archives Committee|
|Holding Institution:||AAM Archive, Bodleian Library|